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  1. Freer Trade, Sustainability, and the Primary Production Sector in the Southern EU: Unraveling the Evidence from Greece (Economy & Environment)

61. Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Latvia: Relations Between Latvia And Greece
very small (0.15% of Latvia s total trade turnover Latvia s main export commoditiesto greece are wood and products of plant origin, food industry products and
Current News Policy European Union NATO ... Bilateral relations Relations between Latvia and Greece [17 Apr 2003] print version email this link Greece has been a NATO member state since 1952 and an EU member state since 1981. Since 1 January 2001 Greece has been a member of the European Monetary Union. Greece is holding the EU Presidency for the first half of 2003. The friendly relations that exist between the Republic of Latvia and the Hellenic Republic (Greece) have intensified due to the exchange of visits by high-ranking officials in recent years. Interest in developing bilateral cooperation is stimulated by the prospect of a common future and opportunities for cooperation within the EU and NATO. The year 1998 witnessed an important event for both countries: the opening of the Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in Athens. State visits by the President of Latvia Mr Guntis Ulmanis to Greece in March 1999 and by the President of Greece Mr Constantinos Stephanopoulos to Latvia in October 2000 served as a significant impetus for increased cooperation. From 27-29 March 2002, President of Latvia Vaira Vike-Freiberga made a return state visit to Greece. During the visit, a meeting took place between the Presidents of Latvia and Greece and their respective delegations, followed by meetings with the President of the Parliament Mr Apostolos Kaklamanis, the Prime Minister Mr Constantinos Simitis, the Mayor of Athens Mr Dimitris Avramopoulos and representatives of the leading political parties. The President of Latvia gave a speech at the Academy of Athens.

Mixed Economic and trade Commission sessions in greece and Malta. 58, A Vice Ministerfor industry and trade to chair the Joint Commission on trade and Commerce
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Ministerial Visits to Foreign Countries:
December Minister SHI visited Cuba and Columbia.
November Vice Minister Zhou Keren visited Greece, Malta and Norway and chaired Mixed Economic and Trade Commission sessions in Greece and Malta.
Mid October Vice Minister Sun Guangxiang visited Amman, Syria and Lebanon. In Amman, he chaired the fourth Mixed Commission on Trade and Commerce.
October 10- 20 Assistant Minister An Min visited the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg during which he chaired the Joint Commission between China, Belgium and Luxembourg and attended a SME seminar in the Netherlands.
September Vice Minister Sun Zhenyu visited Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela and Chile.
Foreign Guests Received in China:
December 19-21 a Deputy Foreign Minister of Belorus
December 16-20 the Executive Director of UNFPA
December 5-8 A Vice Minister for Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic came to chair the Joint Commission on Trade and Commerce.

63. Das Griechische Zentrum Für Investitionen - Eine Boomende Wirtschaft
In fact, greece lies among the best performing economies in the Eurozone and todayhas become the economic Hellenic Industrial Bank (2002), trade Sale (67

64. Greece Guide, Greece Travel And Business Directory
Info Greek Village Online; greece Info Hellenic Foreign trade Board; greece- Org Athens Chamber of Commerce and industry; greece - Org Athens
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65. Evro Balkan
countries through inhouse trade, with limited The survival of certain of greece sfundamental industrial Relocation of the garment industry, The establishment
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City (with postal code) Athens 106 72 Country GREECE E-mail Website 2. Information about the projects conducted on South Eastern Europe Project title GREECE'S ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH THE SOUTH- EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Coordinator/Contact person and his/her E-mail address 1. Dr. Evangelos Karafotakis 2. Dr. Charalambos Tsardanidis Name of the Host Institution INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS Partner Institutions/Cooperators ( NGOs, think-tank) Name of funding organization GREEK MINISTRY OF PRESS AND INFORMATION Objectives of the project (description, 5 sentences)

66. Greece Ministers
behind her when she returned to greece after the 199699 Minister of Development (industry,trade, Energy, Technology of Youth and 1994-96 of industry, 1996-99
Greece/ Ellinikí Dimocratia/ Ellas (Female Local suffrage 1934, National female suffrage 1952) G reece was ruled from Rome 146 B.C. to A.D. 395 when it became part of the Eastern Empire (Byzans and Constantinople). I independent from Ottoman (Turkish) Rule 1821-27 and a Kingdom until 1973 Also see Greece Heads and Greece Parliament Thanks to Spiros Vretos to supplying corrections and additions to the list, which is complete 1920 Vice-Reine, Dowager Queen Olga Konstatinovna Romanova (25.10-21.12)
She was acting as regent until the return of her son Konstatinos I, who had been in exile since 1917. She lived (1851-1926)
1956-58 Minister of Social Affairs Lina Tsaldari
(b. 1897-?) 1974 Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare Nikie Goulandri 1976-77 Deputy Minister of Education and Religion Lina Koutifari 1977-80 Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare Anna Synodino 1981-89 Minister of Culture and Tourism Melina Mercouri
1993-94(†) Minister of Culture
She had an international acting career behind her when she returned to Greece after the fall of the junta. She became an MP and minister and was candidate for the post of Mayor of Athens. She lived (1921-94) 1981-85 Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare Maria Kyproatako-Perraki
1986 Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare
1988-89 Deputy Minister of State (for Equality) 1981-85? Deputy Minister of

67. Greece
Policy and trade Practices, with sections on greece s tariff trade structural policies 99and the extent of US investment in selected industries in greece.
LINKS TO BUSINESS INFORMATION SOURCES ON GREECE US-DOE Energy Information Administration - Country Analysis Brief on Greece. A description of Greece's energy economy, including Oil, Natural Gas, and Electricity. Elsewhere at this site is a somewhat dated (year 2000) but still useful Country Energy Balance for Greece with information on oil, coal, natural gas, and electricity. CIA World Factbook 2002 - A very useful information summary about Greece, including sections on geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military forces, and transnational issues. U.S. Department of State - Fiscal Year 2000 Country Commercial Guide for Greece, including economic trends, political environment, marketing information for U.S. products and services, an overview of the investment climate, leading sectors for U.S. exports and investments, Greek trade regulations and standards, trade and project financing, and business travel. U.S. Department of State

68. [Research Report] Retail Trade International 2002 - Greece
Retail sales grew by 39.1% over the review period to reach Dr7 228 billion in 2001. In constant terms, retail sales grew by 14.7% over the 19962001 period. Improving efficiencies and

69. 1993 Country Reports On Economic Practice And Trade Reports: GREECE
be among the more progressive in greece, worker rights do of US Investment in SelectedIndustries US Direct 0 Other Manufacturing 28 Wholesale trade 65 Banking
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70. Greek Economic Policy, Center For Economic Policy In Greece, Greece's New Econom
Greek trade became greatly reoriented as a result a removal of protection for domesticindustry and a and 1991, about 25 percent of greece s manufactured goods

71. Business & Economics / Information Center - South African Embassy, Athens
promotion is the Chief Directorate Export and Investment Promotion of the Departmentof trade and industry. It has a network of 41 foreign economic offices in
South Africa at a Glance
South Africa is the world's largest producer of gold. The Economy
South Africa is one of the most sophisticated and promising emerging markets in the world. The unique combination of a highly developed first-world economy infrastructure and a huge emergent market economy has given rise to a strong entrepreneurial and dynamic investment environment with many global competitive advantages and opportunities. Formerly dependent primarily on gold and the extractive industries, the economy is now more broadly based, with manufacturing, the largest sector, contributing nearly one quarter of the gross domestic product (GDP). South Africa has modern financial and industrial sectors and excellent infrastructure. Government policy is to restructure the economy by encouraging export growth, lower tariffs in line with the World Trade Organisation and increased competitiveness. That process has already begun and long term Government objectives are to continue the transformation through implementation of the Growth, Employment and Redistribution (GEAR) strategy. The South African economy is one of the most "open" economies in the world, in the sense that foreign trade accounts for a much higher share of the gross national product (GNP) than in the case of many other countries.

72. India - Greece Economic And Commercial Relations
greece’s GDP in 2002 was US$203 billion and the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industryto establish companies in the Thessaloniki Inernational trade Fair in
INTERNATIONAL India - Greece Economic and Commercial Relations Greek Economy Greece is among the smallest of the economies in the European Union with a population of 10.7 million. The basis of Greek economy is agriculture, tourism and shipping. Greece has enjoyed fairly strong growth over the past few years with relatively low inflation. Greece’s GDP in 2002 was US$203 billion and real GDP growth 4%. For 2003 the real GDP growth was estimated at 3.7% with inflation at 3.1%. Indo-Greek Economic Relations Trade Indian export to Greece in 2002 amounted to US$ 177.2 million and imports from Greece US$ 123.3 million. US$ Million Year Export from India Import from Greece Total trade turnover The main items of Indian exports are marine products, cotton yarn, fabrics, transport equipment, coffee, dyes/intermediates and coal tar chemicals, sesame and niger seeds, handicrafts, RMG cotton and accessories, leather garments, cashew, machinery and instruments, meat and preparations, plastic and linoleum products, fresh fruit and leather footwear.

73. Naukratis: Trade In Archaic Greece
period and certain aspects of preindustrial trade, I revelled when I integrate theGreece-Egypt connection into a forthcoming economic history of
Naukratis: Trade in Archaic Greece
Möller, Astrid
Published by EH.NET (February 2002) Astrid Möller, Naukratis: Trade in Archaic Greece (Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. xvii + 290 pp. $95.00 (cloth), ISBN: 0-19-815284-1. Reviewed for EH.NET by David Tandy, Professor of Classics, University of Tennessee. Naukratis was a very unusual Greek settlement begun in about 625 BCE. It was located on the east bank of the westernmost arm of the Nile, at least 60 kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea. It is important, that is, worthy of the attention of economic historians, for several reasons. It was a settlement dedicated to commercial activity. It was a port of trade designed to channel goods out of and into Egypt. Its most amazing characteristic is the way that the life of the settlement was subordinated to the economic activities of the place. Greeks were present, but always belonged conceptually somewhere else. Naukratis seems to have been an important player in Greek economic development in the sixth century, as the economic engines of the Aegean area began to get going in earnest in anticipation of and in preparation for the efflorescence of Greek political and artistic culture in the fifth and fourth centuries. Astrid Möller, most recently a Fellow at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C., and a Feodor-Lynen Scholar in Perugia, Italy, has now given us her long-awaited monograph on Naukratis. It is the first extensive treatment of the settlement since Michel Austin's much less ambitious

74. ABC Country Book Of Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of - Economy Flag, M
whole, prevents any swift readjustments of trade patterns and The country s industrialoutput and GDP are expected Resolution of the dispute with greece and an




Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of
  • Overview:
  • National product:
    GDP - purchasing power parity - $1.9 billion (1994 est.)
  • National product real growth rate:
    -15% (1994 est.)
  • National product per capita: $900 (1994 est.)
  • Inflation rate (consumer prices):
  • Unemployment rate: 30% (1993 est.)
  • Budget:
            $NA, including capital expenditures of $NA
          • Exports: $1.06 billion (1993)
                manufactured goods 40%, machinery and transport equipment 14%, miscellaneous manufactured articles 23%, raw materials 7.6%, food (rice) and live animals 5.7%, beverages and tobacco 4.5%, chemicals 4.7% (1990)
                    principally Serbia and Montenegro and the other former Yugoslav republics, Germany, Greece, Albania
                  • Imports: $1.2 billion (1993)
                        fuels and lubricants 19%, manufactured goods 18%, machinery and transport equipment 15%, food and live animals 14%, chemicals 11.4%, raw materials 10%, miscellaneous manufactured articles 8.0%, beverages and tobacco 3.5% (1990)
                            other former Yugoslav republics, Greece, Albania, Germany, Bulgaria

75. Greece Forecast Report
and independent forecasts for greece, supported by GDP – real GDP growth Industrialgrowth – productivity of Payments Merchandise trade exports, imports
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76. | Country Briefings: Greece
The industrial base in greece has always been Most industries are concentrated inthe Athens and largest subsector is property management, followed by trade. St

77. Greece Country Commercial Guide FY 2003: Economic Trends
was particularly active as foreign trade expanded further. in the cellular telephoneindustry also increased greece now has three cellular telephone networks
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Expires: This single chapter is excerpted from the FY 2003 Country Commercial Guide for Greece, describing economic trends and outlook in the country. The full text of the report is also available on this website. 2. ECONOMIC TRENDS AND OUTLOOK Major Trends and Outlook Greece, a member of the European Union (EU), officially joined the EU Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) on January 1, 2001 and became a part of the EU single currency club. The Euro was successfully introduced on January 1, 2002 and the drachma ceased to exist as an independent currency but continued to circulate until February 28, 2002.

78. BSEC
possibilities of organizing during the next year an Industrial exhibition of takinginto account the economic indicators of trade volumes of greece.
WORKING GROUP ON TRADE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Trade is considered as the locomotive of the BSEC process. BSEC offers emerging markets unsaturated in exports and imports. While keeping existing trade routes open, growing efforts are spent in search of new business channels. A new fabric of intra-regional and international trade is presently in the making. Complementarity among the Member Countries offers wide scope for commercial exchange. There is a genuine effort on the part of the Member States to develop foreign trade with emphasis on intra-regional trade. Prospects are appealing in both spheres. Development of intra-regional trade broadens the stage of activity stimulating new opportunities of economic cooperation. In this frame new enterprises are established in the BSEC countries, paving the way to investments and transfer of technology which in turn push further both trade and development.

79. Homepage
of trade relations between greece and Japan. support for their international tradeand investment their parts/components supply industries, support industrial
Welcome to JETRO Athens Home Page JETRO Athens' Activities Business Support Center: BSC Program Exporting to Japan Study Program: EJSP ... EU-Japan Center for Industrial Cooperation REPORT
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JETRO Athens Office JETRO ATHENS was set up in 1965 and has ever since comprised an active part of the global network of JETRO offices. Its primary mission is to encourage and assist the Greek corporate community to expand its activities to Japan and thus to further develop economic and trade relations of mutual benefit between the two countries. Towards the achievement of this goal, JETRO ATHENS – under the auspices of the Japanese Government – offers a full range of services, programs and activities, aiming to encourage investment in the Japanese market, while also focusing on bilateral trade promotion. There is also close association with the Greek Japanese Chamber of Commerce and other relevant local agencies and trade institutions, which provides the necessary support towards the further enhancement of trade relations between Greece and Japan.
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) was established by the Japanese government in 1958, as the nation’s principal organization for the comprehensive implementation of trade policy. In its first few decades, JETRO promoted Japanese exports to meet the needs of the nation’s postwar economy. In the first half of the 1980s, however, as Japan’s trade surplus continued to grow, the organization began promoting imports entering Japan to help the nation achieve more balanced foreign trade.

80. BSEC Business Council
Foreign trade According to the estimates, which are from the Bank of greece, merchandiseexports Industries Tourism, food and tobacco processing, textiles

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